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Apr 28, 2019 Milton-Bradley
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The Milton-Bradley Omni Entertainment System was a game console released in 1980 that used 8-track tapes. The games were mostly based around trivia with people such as Pat Summerall and Vincent Price recording the questions. The tapes contained the audio for the questions, as well as programming data.The tapes are in stereo, but the Omni's mono speaker allowed it to switch between the two tracks depending on how the game progressed. Because I am supplying raw rips of these tapes from an 8-track...
Topics: Words Words Words, Trivia, Milton-Bradley, Omni
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Apr 28, 2019 Milton-Bradley
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The Milton-Bradley Omni Entertainment System was a game console released in 1980 that used 8-track tapes. The games were mostly based around trivia with people such as Pat Summerall and Vincent Price recording the questions. The tapes contained the audio for the questions, as well as programming data.The tapes are in stereo, but the Omni's mono speaker allowed it to switch between the two tracks depending on how the game progressed. Because I am supplying raw rips of these tapes from an 8-track...
Topics: Vincent Price, television, Milton-Bradley, Omni, trivia
Community Audio
Apr 28, 2019 Milton-Bradley
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The Milton-Bradley Omni Entertainment System was a game console released in 1980 that used 8-track tapes. The games were mostly based around trivia with people such as Pat Summerall and Vincent Price recording the questions. The tapes contained the audio for the questions, as well as programming data.The tapes are in stereo, but the Omni's mono speaker allowed it to switch between the two tracks depending on how the game progressed. Because I am supplying raw rips of these tapes from an 8-track...
Topics: Milton-Bradley, Omni, Sports, Television, Movies, Trivia
Community Audio
Apr 28, 2019 Milton-Bradley
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The Milton-Bradley Omni Entertainment System was a game console released in 1980 that used 8-track tapes. The games were mostly based around trivia with people such as Pat Summerall and Vincent Price recording the questions. The tapes contained the audio for the questions, as well as programming data.The tapes are in stereo, but the Omni's mono speaker allowed it to switch between the two tracks depending on how the game progressed. Because I am supplying raw rips of these tapes from an 8-track...
Topics: Milton-Bradley, omni, Pat Summerall, Trivia, Sports
Community Video
Apr 13, 2019 Mattel
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This was one of the VHS tapes for the obscure "See 'N Say Video Phone" produced by Mattel in 1989. This product was intended to build upon the success of their existing See 'N Say toy, but turn it into a VHS based edutainment console. During the program, questions are asked, and users can answer the questions using the four buttons on the console. This one features our puppet friend preparing a surprise party for Mother Goose.
Topics: puppets, children's entertainment, edutainment, Mattel, See 'N Say Video Phone
Community Video
Apr 7, 2019 Takara
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The Takara Video Challenger was a light-gun game console released by Takara of Japan in 1987. The console was contained within the light gun itself. All of the games were on VHS tapes. Most tapes appear to have been released in Japan only, though some were released in parts of Europe. This Japanese tape attempts to implement the classic arcade game Road Avenger. However, the original Laserdisc used in the arcades allowed the game to skip back and forth to different scenes depending on the...
Topics: Takara, VHS, light gun, Video Challenger
Community Video
Apr 7, 2019 Takara
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The Takara Video Challenger was a light-gun game console released by Takara of Japan in 1987. The console was contained within the light gun itself. All of the games were on VHS tapes. Most tapes appear to have been released in Japan only, though some were released in parts of Europe. This Japanese tape focuses on flying around a city in a helicopter destroying other helicopters.
Topics: VHS, Japan, Video Challenger, Takara
Community Video
Apr 7, 2019 Takara
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The Takara Video Challenger was a light-gun game console released by Takara of Japan in 1987. The console was contained within the light gun itself. All of the games were on VHS tapes. Most tapes appear to have been released in Japan only, though some were released in parts of Europe. This Japanese tape consists of flying through space and blowing up enemy spaceships.
Topics: VHS, Japan, Video Challenger, Takara
Community Video
Apr 7, 2019 Takara
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The Takara Video Challenger was a light-gun game console released by Takara of Japan in 1987. The console was contained within the light gun itself. All of the games were on VHS tapes. Most tapes appear to have been released in Japan only, though some were released in parts of Europe. This Japanese tape focuses on shooting down various enemy flying machines, as well as strange golden gun turret.
Topics: VHS, Takara, Video Chalenger, Japanese
Community Video
Apr 7, 2019 Takara
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The Takara Video Challenger was a light-gun game console released by Takara of Japan in 1987. The console was contained within the light gun itself. All of the games were on VHS tapes. Most tapes appear to have been released in Japan only, though some were released in parts of Europe. This Japanese tape is the second of two featuring Godzilla. It also contains a three-headed monster, another kaiju, and Mecha-Godzilla. However, unlike the first game, you are fighting alongside Godzilla against...
Topics: VHS, Japan, Godzilla, light gun
Community Video
Apr 7, 2019 Takara
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The Takara Video Challenger was a light-gun game console released by Takara of Japan in 1987. The console was contained within the light gun itself. All of the games were on VHS tapes. Most tapes appear to have been released in Japan only, though some were released in parts of Europe. This Japanese tape is the first of two featuring Godzilla. Mothra and its grubs also appear. The objective is to point our gun at the screen and shoot the target on Godzilla to gain points, while pointing your gun...
Topics: VHS, Japan, Godzilla, Vide Challenger, light gun
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Apr 6, 2019 View-Master Ideal Group Inc
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The View-Master Interactive Vision was a children's edutainment console from 1988. The games were held on VHS tapes consisted of VHS footage with computer graphics generated over the footage. This was done by playing the tape in the VCR and passing the video signal through the console. The console would identify game code hidden in the video signal and use this to generate the graphics in real time. This enabled a mixture of full-motion-video and more traditional game graphics of the time. The...
Topics: VHS, edutainment, View-Master Interactive Vision
Community Video
Apr 6, 2019 View-Master Ideal Group Inc
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The View-Master Interactive Vision was a children's edutainment console from 1988. The games were held on VHS tapes consisted of VHS footage with computer graphics generated over the footage. This was done by playing the tape in the VCR and passing the video signal through the console. The console would identify game code hidden in the video signal and use this to generate the graphics in real time. This enabled a mixture of full-motion-video and more traditional game graphics of the time. The...
Topics: VHS, edutainment, View-Master Interactive Vision
Community Video
Apr 6, 2019 Sega
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The Video Driver (known as the Family Driver in Japan) is an obscure video game console released by Sega in 1988. The console consisted of a bar that hung down in front of the television. A tiny plastic car, representing the player, was placed on top of it. This car was controlled using the wired steering wheel controller. The games were held on VHS tapes and contained dashcam footage with a black and white bar at the bottom that was used to tell the console which parts of the screen were...
Topics: VHS, Sega, Video Driver
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Apr 6, 2019 Sega
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The Video Driver (known as the Family Driver in Japan) is an obscure video game console released by Sega in 1988. The console consisted of a bar that hung down in front of the television. A tiny plastic car, representing the player, was placed on top of it. This car was controlled using the wired steering wheel controller. The games were held on VHS tapes and contained dashcam footage with a black and white bar at the bottom that was used to tell the console which parts of the screen were...
Topics: VHS, Sega, Video Driver
Community Video
Apr 6, 2019 Sega
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The Video Driver (known as the Family Driver in Japan) is an obscure video game console released by Sega in 1988. The console consisted of a bar that hung down in front of the television. A tiny plastic car, representing the player, was placed on top of it. This car was controlled using the wired steering wheel controller. The games were held on VHS tapes and contained dashcam footage with a black and white bar at the bottom that was used to tell the console which parts of the screen were...
Topics: Sega, Video Driver, VHS
Community Video
Apr 5, 2019 Worlds of Wonder
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This was a game released by Worlds of Wonder around 1987 for their Action Max game console. The Action Max games were all light gun shooters. However, as VHS was a linear system, the game is the same each time. The objective is to get the highest score. The games are incredibly cheesy. The one pits the player against some evil spirits that have been haunting a house and disrupting things for a family of kind ghosts, the Ghostlys.
Topics: Worlds of Wonder, Action Max, light gun, VHS
Community Video
Apr 5, 2019 Worlds of Wonder
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This was a game released by Worlds of Wonder around 1987 for their Action Max game console. The Action Max games were all light gun shooters. However, as VHS was a linear system, the game is the same each time. The objective is to get the highest score. The games are incredibly cheesy. The one involves a fighter pilot who is in the middle of a final exam, when suddenly real enemy planes show up.
Topics: Action Max, Worlds of Wonder, light gun, VHS
Community Video
Apr 5, 2019 Worlds of Wonder
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This was a game released by Worlds of Wonder around 1987 for their Action Max game console. The Action Max games were all light gun shooters. However, as VHS was a linear system, the game is the same each time. The objective is to get the highest score. The games are incredibly cheesy. This one follows a submarine that discovers some sort of hostile fish-robot hybrids.
Topics: VHS, light gun, Action Max, Worlds of Wonder
Community Video
Apr 5, 2019 Worlds of Wonder
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This was a game released by Worlds of Wonder around 1987 for their Action Max game console. The Action Max games were all light gun shooters. However, as VHS was a linear system, the game is the same each time. The objective is to get the highest score. The games are incredibly cheesy. This one uses footage from the 1983 action-thriller of the same name. It starts out on a training course, as you prepare to defend the upcoming World Peace Coalition from terrorists. Then it cuts to the day of...
Topics: Action Max, Worlds of Wonder, VHS, light gun
Community Video
Apr 5, 2019 Worlds of Wonder
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This was a game released by Worlds of Wonder around 1987 for their Action Max game console. The Action Max games were all light gun shooters. However, as VHS was a linear system, the game is the same each time. The objective is to get the highest score. The games are incredibly cheesy. This one is some sort of spoof of a police academy with fake cardboard cut-outs to represent criminals and innocent bystanders. And then the character ends up in the 'real' Ambush Alley, facing off against...
Topics: VHS, light gun, action max, worlds of wonder, FMV, cheesy
Community Video
Apr 5, 2019 Mattel Inc.
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This was one of the VHS tapes for the obscure "See 'N Say Video Phone" produced by Mattel in 1989. This product was intended to build upon the success of their existing See 'N Say toy, but turn it into a VHS based edutainment console. During the program, questions are asked, and users can answer the questions using the four buttons on the console. This one has our puppet friend searching for buried treasure and going up against a pirate.
Topics: puppets, educational, see 'n say video phone, mattel, VHS
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Mar 31, 2019 Bandai
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This was a VHS game released for the Bandai Telebikko game console (or Terebikko) in 1988. The Telebikko was a very simple game console in the shape of a phone with four buttons. As the tape played, the characters asked the player questions, and an audio tone from the tape told the console which button corresponded to the correct answer. Then, the user would choose the button that matched their chosen answer and the console speaker would let them know if they were correct.
Topics: Japanese, VHS, edutainment, telebikko, terebikko
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Mar 31, 2019 Bandai
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This was a VHS game released for the Bandai Telebikko game console (or Terebikko) in 1988. The Telebikko was a very simple game console in the shape of a phone with four buttons. As the tape played, the characters asked the player questions, and an audio tone from the tape told the console which button corresponded to the correct answer. Then, the user would choose the button that matched their chosen answer and the console speaker would let them know if they were correct.
Topics: Japanese, VHS, edutainment, telebikko, terebikko
This was a VHS game released for the Bandai Telebikko game console (or Terebikko) in 1988. The Telebikko was a very simple game console in the shape of a phone with four buttons. As the tape played, the characters asked the player questions, and an audio tone from the tape told the console which button corresponded to the correct answer. Then, the user would choose the button that matched their chosen answer and the console speaker would let them know if they were correct.
Topics: educational, Japanese, VHS
This was a VHS game released for the Bandai Telebikko game console (or Terebikko) in 1988. The Telebikko was a very simple game console in the shape of a phone with four buttons. As the tape played, the characters asked the player questions, and an audio tone from the tape told the console which button corresponded to the correct answer. Then, the user would choose the button that matched their chosen answer and the console speaker would let them know if they were correct. The one focuses on...
Topics: educational, telebikko, terebikko, Japanese
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This was a VHS game released for the Bandai Telebikko game console (or Terebikko) in 1988. The Telebikko was a very simple game console in the shape of a phone with four buttons. As the tape played, the characters asked the player questions, and an audio tone from the tape told the console which button corresponded to the correct answer. Then, the user would choose the button that matched their chosen answer and the console speaker would let them know if they were correct. This video seems to...
Topics: telebikko, terebikko, educational, Japanese
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This was a VHS game released for the Bandai Telebikko game console (or Terebikko) in 1988. The Telebikko was a very simple game console in the shape of a phone with four buttons. As the tape played, the characters asked the player questions, and an audio tone from the tape told the console which button corresponded to the correct answer. Then, the user would choose the button that matched their chosen answer and the console speaker would let them know if they were correct. This tape focuses on...
Topics: Japanese, educational, VHS, telebikko, terebikko
This was a VHS game released for the Bandai Telebikko game console (or Terebikko) in 1988. The Telebikko was a very simple game console in the shape of a phone with four buttons. As the tape played, the characters asked the player questions, and an audio tone from the tape told the console which button corresponded to the correct answer. Then, the user would choose the button that matched their chosen answer and the console speaker would let them know if they were correct. This tape focuses on...
Topics: Telebikko, terebikko, educational, VHS
Community Video
Mar 30, 2019 Mattel Inc
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This was one of the VHS tapes for the obscure "See 'N Say Video Phone" produced by Mattel in 1989. This product was intended to build upon the success of their existing See 'N Say toy, but turn it into a VHS based edutainment console. During the program, questions are asked, and users can answer the questions using the four buttons on the console. This one teaches about different animals
Topics: edutainment, puppets, kids
Community Video
Mar 30, 2019 Connor Toy Corporation
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This was one of the VHS tapes produced for the Connor Videosmarts game console, released in 1986 by Connor Electronics. This one focuses on the difference between uppercase and lowercase letters.
Topics: puppets, educational, videosmarts, computersmarts
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Feb 25, 2019 Connor Toy Corporation
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This was one of the VHS tapes produced for the Connor Videosmarts game console, released in 1986 by Connor Electronics. The focuses on combinations of letters, such as "PL", "LL", "TR", and others that create different sounds.
Topics: puppets, videosmarts, computersmarts, educational
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Feb 25, 2019 Connor Toy Corporation
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This was one of the VHS tapes produced for the Connor Videosmarts game console, released in 1986 by Connor Electronics. This one focuses on teaching children about body parts, such as the eyes and nose.
Topics: puppets, educational, videosmarts, computersmarts
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Feb 25, 2019 Connor Toy Corporation
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This was one of the VHS tapes produced for the Connor Videosmarts game console, released in 1986 by Connor Electronics. This one is for teaching young children about vowel sounds.
Topics: puppets, videosmarts, computersmarts, educational
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Feb 25, 2019 Connor Toy Corporation
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This was one of the VHS tapes produced for the Connor Videosmarts game console, released in 1986 by Connor Electronics. The one focuses on teaching young children about colors and shapes
Topics: puppets, educational, videosmarts, computersmarts
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Feb 24, 2019 Connor Toy Corporation
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This was one of the VHS tapes produced for the Connor Videosmarts game console, released in 1986 by Connor Electronics. This one deals with counting to 20, as well as more comparisons.
Topics: puppets, educational, videosmarts, computersmarts
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Feb 24, 2019 Connor Toy Corporation
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This was one of the VHS tapes produced for the Connor Videosmarts game console, released in 1986 by Connor Electronics. This one appears to deal with letter sounds.
Topics: puppets, educational, computersmarts, videosmarts
Community Video
Feb 24, 2019 Connor Toy Corporation
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This was one of the VHS tapes produced for the Connor Videosmarts game console, released in 1986 by Connor Electronics.
Topics: puppets, educational, connor electronics, videosmarts, computersmarts
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Feb 24, 2019 Connor Toy Corporation
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This was one of the VHS tapes produced for the Connor Videosmarts game console, released in 1986 by Connor Electronics. The one teaches children about nutrition, health and safety.
Topics: videosmarts, computersmarts, puppets, educational
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Feb 24, 2019 Connor Toy Corporation
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This was one of the VHS tapes produced for the Connor Computersmarts game console, released in 1987 by Connor Electronics. This one deals with sentence structure, compound subjects, and compound predicates.
Topics: puppets, videosmarts, computersmarts, educational, VHS
Community Video
Feb 24, 2019 Connor Toy Corporation
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This was one of the VHS tapes produced for the Connor Videosmarts game console, released in 1986 by Connor Electronics. This one focuses on single-digit addition
Topics: puppets, educational, videosmarts, computersmarts, connor electronics, educational
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Feb 24, 2019 Connor Toy Corporation
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This was one of the VHS tapes produced for the Connor Videosmarts game console, released in 1986 by Connor Electronics. This one focuses on teaching the alphabet.
Topics: puppets, videosmarts, computersmarts, educational, VHS
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Feb 24, 2019 Connor Toy Corporation
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This was one of the VHS tapes produced for the Connor Computersmarts game console, released in 1987 by Connor Electronics. This one appears to be an instructional video on how to use the console.
Topics: puppets, educational, videosmarts, computersmarts, VHS
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Feb 24, 2019 Connor Toy Corporation
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This was one of the VHS tapes produced for the Connor Computersmarts game console, released in 1987 by Connor Electronics. The one appears to teach about different types of verbs.
Topics: puppets, educational, connor electronics, VHS, videosmarts, computersmarts
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Feb 24, 2019 Connor Toy Corporation
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This was one of the VHS tapes produced for the Connor Computersmarts game console, released in 1987 by Connor Electronics. The one appears to focus on teaching children about possessive pronouns.
Topics: Connor Electronics, Computersmarts, Videosmarts, Educational, VHS, puppets
Community Video
Jan 17, 2019 Sinnott and Associates
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This 8-minute short film was produced on VHS tape by Sinnott and Associates in 1987 for McDonald's restaurants. The tapes were never sold to the general public and were only available for viewing at birthday parties hosted by the restaurant. In this film, Ronald McDonald and his friends Grimmace, Hamburglar, and Birdie meet the Professor, who has created The Adventure Machine. This machine transports the user to various locations to find adventure, but it requires Ronald McDonald and friends to...
Topics: McDonalds, VHS, Ronald McDonald, Grimmace, Kid's Movie
Community Video
Oct 3, 2018 Colgate-Palmolive
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This is taken from an audio cassette released by Colgate-Palmolive in 1996 to coincide with the release of Dr. Rabbits World Tour. Side 1 is "Play a Game with Dr. Rabbit". It features Dr. Rabbit teaching children to count to ten, using different dental hygiene tips for each number. Side 2 is "The Tale of Dr, Rabbit". It discuses Dr. Rabbit's childhood and how he learned to take care of his own teeth.
Topics: dental hygiene, tooth care, colgate, dr. rabbit, edutainment, audio, audio cassette
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Sep 15, 2018 Tremendous Productions, Inc
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The video is taken from a VHS of volume eleven of the children's puppet TV show Once Upon A Tree. It contains the episodes "No Place Like Home" and "Lost and Found"
Topics: puppets, children's tv, 1990s, edutainment
Community Video
Sep 14, 2018 Tremendous Productions, Inc.
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The video is taken from a VHS of volume seven of the children's puppet TV show Once Upon A Tree. It contains the episodes "What if the Dinosaurs Came Back" and "Heat Wave"
Topics: puppets, Children's TV, 1990s, edutainment
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Sep 14, 2018 Tremendous Productions, Inc.
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The video is taken from a VHS of volume twelve of the children's puppet TV show Once Upon A Tree. It contains the episodes "A Rude Dude" and "Happy Birthday Oakley"
Topics: puppets, Children's TV, 1990s, edutainment
Community Video
Sep 14, 2018 Tremendous Productions, Inc.
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The video is taken from a VHS of volume seven of the children's puppet TV show Once Upon A Tree. It contains the episodes "Bionic Beaver" and "Hide and Seek".
Topics: puppets, children's tv, edutainment, 1990s
Community Video
Sep 14, 2018 Tremendous Productions, Inc.
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The video is taken from a VHS of volume seven of the children's puppet TV show Once Upon A Tree. It contains the episodes "The Big Plunge" and "Sounds of the Forest"
Topics: puppets, Children's TV, 1990s, edutainment
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Sep 13, 2018 Tremendous Productions, Inc
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The video is taken from a VHS of volume eight of the children's puppet TV show Once Upon A Tree. It contains the episodes "Carrot Caper" and "Family Tree"
Topics: puppets, children's TV, 1990s, edutainment, Canadian
Community Video
Sep 13, 2018 Tremendous Productions, Inc
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The video is taken from a VHS of volume seven of the children's puppet TV show Once Upon A Tree. It contains the episodes "Can't Wait to Paint" and "Duck Tales"
Topics: Canadian, puppets, children's TV, 1990s, edutainment
The VHS Vault
Sep 5, 2018 D.W. Reid Film Company
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This video was taken from a Snelgrove Snail VHS tape titled "It Takes All Kinds". It contains the episodes "It Takes All Kinds", "Secret Admirer", and "Fishtory"
Topics: Children's TV, Canadian, Snelgrove Snail, Puppets
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Aug 25, 2018 Tremendous Productions, Inc.
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The video is taken from a VHS of volume thirteen of the children's puppet TV show Once Upon A Tree. It contains the episodes "Track It Down" and "Count On Me"
Topics: vhs, once upon a tree, edutainment, childrens tv, puppets
The VHS Vault
Aug 25, 2018 Tremendous Productions, Inc
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This is taken from a VHS tape of Volume 13 of the childrens puppet TV show Once Upon a Tree. The VHS is copyrighted to 2001, but it is unknown when the episodes first aired. This tape contains the episodes "Track It Down" and "Count on Me".
Topics: VHS, edutainment, once upon a tree, childrens tv, puppets
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Aug 25, 2018 Tremendous Productions, Inc.
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This video is taken from a VHS of volume three of the children's puppet TV show Once Upon A Tree. It contains the episodes "Night Owl" and "Its Amazing"
Topics: Once Upon A Tree, VHS, Childrens TV, Puppets
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Aug 25, 2018 Tremendous Productions, Inc
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This is an archive of the episode "Scaredy Cat" from the children's puppet TV series Once Upon A Tree by Tremendous Productions, Inc. This is believed to be the pilot episode of the show, as it features one of the producers, Robin Blair, as the character of Jenny, as opposed to the standard Kari Ann Shiff.
Topics: VHS, Once Upon A Tree, Edutainment, Puppets, Childrens Television, Pilot
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Aug 25, 2018 Tremendous Productions, Inc
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This video is taken from the Volume 2 VHS release of Once Upon A Tree, a children's puppet TV show. The show was created by Tremendous Productions, Inc., and the main distributor appears to be Navarre Corporation. The episodes are "Winning the Race" and "Big Ears".
Topics: VHS, Once Upon A Tree, Volume Two, Edutainment, Puppets, Childrens Television
Community Video
Aug 25, 2018 Tremendous Productions, Inc
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This is the Volume One VHS from the children's TV show Once Upon A Tree. it contains the episodes "Teamwork Rules" and "The Secret Club". The show was created by Tremendous Productions, Inc. and the main distributor seems to be Navarre Corporation
Topics: VHS, Once Upon A Tree, Childrens Television, Puppets, Edutainment
The VHS Vault
Aug 25, 2018 Tremendous Productiobns, Inc
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This is intended as preservation for the "Video Buddy" game console and the "Once Upon A Tree" puppet TV show. This video was taken from a VHS tape from the Video Buddy game console. It contains a full episode of the children's puppet TV show Once Upon A Tree, interspersed with breaks where the Video Buddy character asks questions about what happened.
Topics: VHS, Video Buddy, Once Upon A Tree, edutainment, puppets
The VHS Vault
Aug 25, 2018 Tremendous Productions, Inc
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This is intended as preservation for the "Video Buddy" game console and the "Once Upon A Tree" puppet TV show. The Video Buddy was a children's game console that used VHS tapes containing full episodes of children's shows, including Once Upon a Tree. This tape contains the entire episode with breaks, during which the Video Buddy character will ask questions about what happened.
Topics: Video Buddy, Once Upon A Tree, Childrens television, VHS, puppets
The VHS Vault
Aug 25, 2018 Tremendous Productions, Inc
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This is intended as preservation for the "Video Buddy" game console and the "Once Upon A Tree" puppet TV show. This was taken from a tape on the Video Buddy edutainment game console, which used VHS tapes containing full episodes of children's shows. These episodes then had breaks inserted where the Video Buddy character would ask what the child learned.
Topics: Video Buddy, Once Upon A Tree, childrens television, puppets
The VHS Vault
Aug 25, 2018 D.W. Reid Film Company
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The Adventures of Snelgrove Snail was a children's edutainment puppet TV show from 1979-1980. This video is intended for archival purposes. The video is taken from a VHS tape marked "The Undersea Adventures of Snelgrove Snail: Muddy Gras in Snailsville". It contains the aforementioned "Muddy Gras in Snailsville", which appears to be one of the 10 television specials produced for the show. it also contains the segments "Act with Tact" and "Mirror Up To...
Topics: snelgrove snail, childrens television, edutainment, snails
The VHS Vault
Aug 24, 2018 D.W. Reid Film Company
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This video was taken from a Snelgrove Snail VHS tape titled "Too Many Cooks". It contains the episodes "Too Many Cooks", "The Truth About Gossip", and "Nose for News" 0:00 Too Many Cooks 8:46 The truth About Gossip 16:37 Nose For News
Topics: Snelgrove Snail, Childrens TV, Edutainment, Canadian
Feature Films
Jul 7, 2018 Universal Pictures
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Crazy House is a 1943 comedy film starring Ole Olsen and Chic Johnson as Broadway stars who return to Universal Studios to make another movie. The mere mention of Olsen and Johnson's names evacuates the studio and terrorizes the management and personnel. Undaunted, the comedians hire an assistant director and unknown talent, and set out to make their own movie. Financed by an eccentric "angel" ( Percy Kilbride ), the completed feature is set to premiere when angry creditors confiscate...
Topics: crazy house, crazy, house, 1943, 1943 film, Ole Olson, Chic Johnson